Was a featured singer in his high school chorus for 3 years.
Began tumbling at the age of 6.
Learned to dance from watching Michael Jackson videos.
Considers his greatest influences to be Jeffrey Wright, Javier Bardem, Sidney Poitier, Robert De Niro, Sean Penn, Martin Lawrence, Bruce Lee, Michael Jackson, Jackie Chan, Donnie Yen.
Was a performer for the New York Knicks and the New York Liberty at Madison Sq. Garden for 3 seasons.
Was voted "Most Talented" in his high school senior class.
Won a 2014 Village Voice Obie Award for his fight choreography for the play Kung Fu.
Nominated for a 2014 Urban Action Showcase Award for Best Fight Scene.
Won a 2015 Urban Action Showcase Award for Best Action Sequence for his fight choreography for the short film Junkyard (a.k.a Stuntmen).
Played both Spider-man and Electro in the original cast of Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark on Broadway.
Received the 2016 Urban Action Showcase's Rising Phoenix Award for rising action star of the year.
Is a legendary, world-renowned martial arts tricker who is credited with the creation of the swing-through and mis-leg concepts, as well as various other concepts and movements.